2004 to 2014
Celebrating 16 years as a leading TEFL centre in Barcelona: 2004 - 2020
Dates & Fees
Clases de Inglés
An Interview with AED - TEFL International Barcelona Teacher Profile
July 24, 2015
June TEFL International Barcelona Graduate Profile
June 8, 2015
NEW, BEAUTIFUL PREMISES
May 12, 2015
Happy Holidays from all of us at TEFL International Barcelona
December 23, 2014
150€ ($210) referral bonus
November 8, 2014
Thanksgiving Lesson Plan
November 5, 2014
Original Version Cinema´s in Barcelona
October 30, 2014
Sitges - Cool Day Trip
October 23, 2014
5 Interview Tips to land your first teaching job
October 16, 2014
To all our November course trainees and indeed, any one else out there, you MUST make
the most of your weekends!
Weekends make it all worth while and they're not for lying in bed with a stinking hangover,
(well, maybe sometimes!) They're for getting out and DOING something. Some of you are
only in Barcelona for a short time and there is so much for you to see and do in the city
itself I know, but I really want you to get out of the city too.
I really recommend Sitges. I lived there for 10 years and it's lovely. It's a seaside town
south of Barcelona with a beautiful old citadel, lots of winding streets with cool hippy shops
and a cracking nightlife. It's also the Gay capital of Europe so is an incredibly laidback
and open town where really, anything goes. It's madly busy in Summer, but right now the
beaches are empty. There's still warmth in the Sun. I even swam a week ago!
To get there, take a train from Sants station or Passeig de Gracia. It only takes about 20
minutes by train and it's a lovely journey along the coast. If you're going in a group buy
a T10 de 3 zonas which is a 10 journey ticket that you can share around and makes the
journey under half the price.
These are great websites about Sitges:
So go on, get on that train. Maybe I'll see you in Sitges!
TEFL International Barcelona